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در April - 13 - 2016

Porsche 911 R Hits eBay, Priced At $1.25 Million

The limited-run only made its debut at the and yet a mere month after turning heads with its hardcore, naturally aspirated awesomeness, one 911 R has already made its way to the online auction vortex known as eBay. If that comes as a shock considering that the has yet to hit the market, the eBay seller who put a price tag of $1.25 million on the limited-run might just do the trick.

The seller is actually asking for a minimum of €950,000, which converts to around $1.08 million. But it might as well be $1.25 million since that’s the amount posted and it’s ridiculous either way. Clearly, the seller considers the 911 R as more than just an exclusive version of the In some ways, he’s right because Porsche is only building 991 pieces of the car and a majority of the 991 units are already accounted for. But to ask $1.25 million for a car that hasn’t even been launched yet? It seems that whoever owns this 911 R bought it for the simple reason of flipping it for a price that’s six times more than what he paid for. Even the photos he used in his listing are the same press photos released by when the car was unveiled in Geneva back in March 2016. That tells you that this particular 911 R, if it ends up being an actual 911 R, was bought for reasons that don’t involve enjoying the car’s natural performance capabilities.

It remains to be seen if the 911 R will achieve “classic status” in the future. But if you ask the seller, the car’s already there, hence the asking price. Only time will tell if the 911 R ends up costing seven figures. For now, I don’t think it will, adding even more shame to whoever posted this ad on eBay without any idea on what it can and can’t do for enthusiasts of the Porsche 911 family.

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Porsche 911 R Hits eBay, Priced At $1.25 Million

The limited-run only made its debut at the and yet a mere month after turning heads with its hardcore, naturally aspirated awesomeness, one 911 R has already made its way to the online auction vortex known as eBay. If that comes as a shock considering that the has yet to hit the market, the eBay seller who put a price tag of $1.25 million on the limited-run might just do the trick.

The seller is actually asking for a minimum of €950,000, which converts to around $1.08 million. But it might as well be $1.25 million since that’s the amount posted and it’s ridiculous either way. Clearly, the seller considers the 911 R as more than just an exclusive version of the In some ways, he’s right because Porsche is only building 991 pieces of the car and a majority of the 991 units are already accounted for. But to ask $1.25 million for a car that hasn’t even been launched yet? It seems that whoever owns this 911 R bought it for the simple reason of flipping it for a price that’s six times more than what he paid for. Even the photos he used in his listing are the same press photos released by when the car was unveiled in Geneva back in March 2016. That tells you that this particular 911 R, if it ends up being an actual 911 R, was bought for reasons that don’t involve enjoying the car’s natural performance capabilities.

It remains to be seen if the 911 R will achieve “classic status” in the future. But if you ask the seller, the car’s already there, hence the asking price. Only time will tell if the 911 R ends up costing seven figures. For now, I don’t think it will, adding even more shame to whoever posted this ad on eBay without any idea on what it can and can’t do for enthusiasts of the Porsche 911 family.

Continue after jump to read the full story.


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